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You ‘Liked’ Budweiser, Carlsberg, Foster and Heineken on Facebook. What if this results in your car insurance premiums going up? Is this fair?

Fashion blogging requires that disclosure and matters of ethics are addressed openly. I provide 3 tips that will help.

Saving costs makes providing excellent service difficult. This blog entry provides 3 tips to improve customer experience.

Blogging: The death of trust?

by Urs E. Gattiker on 2012/04/15 · 32 comments 15,137 views

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Trust, reputation and brand are built over time through hard work, but can be lost in seconds. What does this mean for your business?

Should you use best-of-both-worlds marketing? If so, what might be unsuccessful for your luxury brand? Here’s what to watch out for.

Press freedom vs. privacy. Information quality vs. cost. And the winner is? Three trends to worry about and two tips to help newspapers ride out the storm.

ComMetrics benchmarking method: This session addresses the ropes to skip when using offline ad campaigns for promoting social media activities of your brand.

We know about the pitfalls of overblown statistics and graphics, but who takes the time to check and re-check information before mentioning or investing in it on social media?

This review outlines some parts of this conference and points out where social media could still have an impact for positive social change.